PyOhio Docker 101 tutorial

I was grateful for the opportunity to deliver my Docker tutorial session at PyOhio last month. The conference had great facilities and was very well organized - especially for a free conference. My thanks to the organizers!

Here are links to all the content I presented that day:

Recording: http://pyvideo.org/video/2837/docker-101-meet-the-portable-future-tutorial

Tutorial repository: https://github.com/atbaker/docker-tutorial

The tutorial repository contains a Vagrantfile to help you configure your local development environment.

If you really want to get going quickly, you can use the Amazon EC2 AMI that I created for tutorial attendees. When launching a new EC2 instance, select “Community AMIs” and then search for docker_tutorial_pyohio.

 
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